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Optical analog baseband transmission using opto-electronic negative feedback and rf superposition

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The radio frequency superposition technique (REST) is the most effective means to suppress the modal noise inherent in the analog baseband transmission using a laser diode and multimode Optical fiber.1 However, because REST degrades relative intensity noise and linearity of laser diodes the maximum obtainable SNR and harmonic distortion degrade.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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